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    Tulsa Community College
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog 
  
2017-2018 College Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Naming System:

Course content areas at Tulsa Community College are categorized in “disciplines,” a related group of courses in a specified subject area, such as English (ENGL) or Physics (PHYS). Each course is first assigned a specific discipline name and then a specific four-digit course number, as in ENGL 1113, and a course name, as in Composition I. A brief description of the course content follows the course name and number. If a course is offered as part of a required sequence of courses, the prerequisite requirements for that course are also listed within the catalog course description. Not all courses listed in the catalog are offered each term, and certain courses may be offered on only one campus. Please check the current term class schedule for this information.

Course Numbering System:

  • First digit - The year in which the course is usually taken.*
  • Second and third digit - The individual course number within a discipline.
  • Fourth - The credit hours awarded for a course.

*Exception: Zero-level (non-credit) courses which may be taken in any term, but usually within the first two semesters.

Credit Hour:

A credit hour consists of a one-hour class period per week for 16 weeks per semester, with the exception of laboratories, practicums, or physical education activity classes in which generally two one-hour periods per week for 16 weeks equals one credit hour. The number of class hours and laboratory hours doubles for a class in an eight-week term.  Note: The time required each week for laboratory may vary from course to course. Please refer to the course syllabus for more information.

General Education Courses:

Courses used to fulfill general education requirements at TCC are listed in the catalog section titled, General Education Requirements. A code letter following a course title designates the general education category for which the course may generally be used for transfer to another university, as follows:

(A) Analytical and Quantitative Thought
(D) Diversity
(H) Humanities
(I)  International or Non-Western Dimension
(L) Laboratory Science
(N) Natural Science
(S) Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

English as a Second Language

   •  ESLN 0033 - ESL Beginning 3
   •  ESLN 0043 - ESL Beginning 4
   •  ESLN 0053 - ESL Beginning 5
   •  ESLN 0063 - ESL Beginning 6
   •  ESLN 0073 - ESL Topics Beginning 1
   •  ESLN 0113 - ESL Basics 1
   •  ESLN 0123 - ESL Basics 2
   •  ESLN 0133 - ESL Basics 3
   •  ESLN 0143 - ESL Basics 4
   •  ESLN 0153 - ESL Basics 5
   •  ESLN 0163 - ESL Basics 6
   •  ESLN 0173 - ESL Topics Basics 1
   •  ESLN 0213 - ESL Comprehension 1
   •  ESLN 0223 - ESL Comprehension 2
   •  ESLN 0233 - ESL Comprehension 3
   •  ESLN 0243 - ESL Comprehension 4
   •  ESLN 0253 - ESL Comprehension 5
   •  ESLN 0263 - ESL Comprehension 6
   •  ESLN 0273 - ESL Comprehension Topics 1
   •  ESLN 0313 - ESL Proficiency 1
   •  ESLN 0323 - ESL Proficiency 2
   •  ESLN 0333 - ESL Proficiency 3
   •  ESLN 0343 - ESL Proficiency 4
   •  ESLN 0373 - ESL Topics Proficiency 1
   •  ESLN 0383 - ESL Topics Proficiency 2
   •  ESLN 0393 - ESL Topics Proficiency 3
   •  ESLN 0413 - ESL Mastery 1
   •  ESLN 0423 - ESL Mastery 2
   •  ESLN 0433 - ESL Mastery 3
   •  ESLN 0443 - ESL Mastery 4
   •  ESLN 0473 - ESL Topics Mastery 1
   •  ESLN 0483 - ESL Topics Mastery 2
   •  ESLN 0493 - ESL Topics Mastery 3
   •  ESLN 0613 - ESL Culture Basics 1
   •  ESLN 0713 - ESL Culture Intermediate 1
   •  ESLN 0741 - TOEFL® Prep Reading Intermediate
   •  ESLN 0751 - TOEFL® Prep Grammar Intermediate
   •  ESLN 0763 - TOEFL® Prep Intermediate
   •  ESLN 0813 - ESL Culture Advanced 1
   •  ESLN 0841 - TOEFL® Prep Reading Advanced
   •  ESLN 0851/0852 - TOEFL® Prep Grammar Advanced
   •  ESLN 0863 - TOEFL® Prep Advanced
   •  ESLN 0990 - Selected Topics in ESL

Fire and of Emergency Medical Services

   •  FEMS 1214 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Medical Services
   •  FEMS 1224 - Emergency Services Safety and Survival
   •  FEMS 1233 - Fire Behavior and Combustion
   •  FEMS 1243 - Hazardous Materials Chemistry
   •  FEMS 1253 - Building Construction for Fire Protection
   •  FEMS 1263 - Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply
   •  FEMS 2213 - Legal Aspects of Emergency Services
   •  FEMS 2223 - Fire Prevention
   •  FEMS 2233 - Code Enforcement
   •  FEMS 2243 - Fire Protection Systems
   •  FEMS 2253 - Fire Investigation and Arson
   •  FEMS 2263 - Fire and Emergency Services Administration
   •  FEMS 2319 - Emergency Medical Technician
   •  FEMS 2403 - Public Safety Prior Learning Assessment
   •  FEMS 2990 - Selected Topics in Fire and Emergency Medical Services

French

   •  FREN 1001 - French for Communication I
   •  FREN 1031 - French Pronunciation
   •  FREN 1103 - French I
   •  FREN 1201 - French for Communication II
   •  FREN 1213 - French II
   •  FREN 1301 - French for Communication III
   •  FREN 1313 - French III
   •  FREN 1401 - French for Communication IV
   •  FREN 1413 - French IV
   •  FREN 2041 - French - Introduction to the Arts
   •  FREN 2071 - French History and Geography Introduction
   •  FREN 2113 - Intermediate French I
   •  FREN 2121 - Intermediate French Communication
   •  FREN 2143 - French Civilization and Culture
   •  FREN 2213 - Intermediate French II
   •  FREN 2320 - International Work and/or Study Seminar
   •  FREN 2330 - French International Seminar and/or Field Studies
   •  FREN 2413 - French Translating
   •  FREN 2421 - French Culture Comparisons
   •  FREN 2433 - French Cinema and Conversation
   •  FREN 2523 - Intermediate French Grammar and Composition
   •  FREN 2533 - Advanced French Conversation
   •  FREN 2990 - Selected Topics in French

Geographic Information Systems

   •  GIS 2344 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GIS 2354 - Computer Cartography
   •  GIS 2373 - GIS Data Acquisition and Management
   •  GIS 2383 - Advanced Geographic Information Systems
   •  GIS 2393 - Geographic Information Systems Practicum
   •  GIS 2990 - Selected Topics in Geographical Information Systems

Geography

   •  GEOG 1014 - Geography (Physical) (L)
   •  GEOG 1023 - World Geography (Economic) (S)
   •  GEOG 1043 - Introduction to Cultural Geography (S,I,H)
   •  GEOG 2013 - Meteorology
   •  GEOG 2033 - World Regional Geography (S,I,H)
   •  GEOG 2344 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GEOG 2990 - Selected Topics in Geography

Geology

   •  GEOL 1014 - General Geology (Physical) (L)
   •  GEOL 1024 - General Geology (Historical) (L)
   •  GEOL 1113 - Introduction to Oceanography
   •  GEOL 2021 - Map and Airphoto Interpretation
   •  GEOL 2990 - Selected Topics in Geology

German

   •  GRMN 1001 - German for Communication I
 

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